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Cultural Landscape Management Plan feedback form

The draft KAVHA Cultural Landscape Management Plan (KAVHA CLMP) prepared by GML Heritage + Context (GML) in 2018 for the Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities (the department) is now open for public review.

The full draft KAVHA CLMP is available to read and in hard copy at Customer Care and the Office of the Administrator on Norfolk Island.

Your feedback on the draft CLMP is important. We are seeking your views on a number of key questions about managing KAVHA’s cultural landscape. There is also space at the end if you would like to make additional comments.

Responses received via this feedback form prior to 31 March 2019 will be considered as part of finalising the KAVHA CLMP.

Filling in the Feedback Form

The feedback form will take 5-10 minutes to complete.

Your response is anonymous unless you choose to include your name at the end of this form.

The GML project team will analyse the responses. We are committed to protecting your personal information by complying with the relevant privacy principles set out in the Privacy and Data Protection Act 2014.



5. Section 5.0 and Appendix A of the CLMP define four identified ‘high priority’ cultural landscape issues. These have been identified in response to previous heritage management and landscape reports, through community consultation and by the KAVHA Advisory Committee. The four high priority cultural landscape issues are:

  1. vehicle and pedestrian access and parking
  2. livestock management
  3. vegetation management
  4. site drainage and water quality

Which specific proposals and actions recommended for resolving the high priority issues do you support, and why, or why not?


About you

To make sure we’re hearing from a wide cross section of people in the Norfolk Island community, it would be helpful if you could provide the following information:

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Privacy Notice

The Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities (the department) is collecting personal information (name, email address and or phone number), as part of consultation on the draft CLMP, in accordance with the Privacy Act 1988. The Department will disclose this information to GML Heritage for the purposes of contacting you regarding your submission if clarification is needed. The department will otherwise store this information securely. If you do not provide the information requested neither the department nor GML Heritage will be able to contact you regarding your submission.

The department's privacy policy contains information regarding complaint handling processes and how to access and/or seek correction of personal information held by the department. The Privacy Officer can be contacted on (02) 6274 6495.